2019 Dairy Princess crowned


Nora Beresik, left, 17, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Marie Beresik, is crowned the 2019 Shelby County Dairy Princess by former Dairy Princess, Allison McCumons, of Wapakoneta. The crowning was held during the 2019 Shelby County Dairy Banquet at The Palazzo in Botkins Thursday, March 14. Beresik is a veterinary assistant at Maria Stein Animal Clinic. She has worked as a farm hand on local dairy farms. During the banquet top herds were announced. The farms with the best average energy-corrected milk (ECM) where in first place, Wehrland Farms, Inc., with an ECM of 29752, in second place, Steve and Marlene Steinke, with an ECM of 27788, and in third place Trio Farms Inc., with an ECM of 27232. The top herds with the lowest Somatic Cell Count, (SCC) average are in first place Sugar Knoll Holsteins LLC, with a LLC of 126, in second place DeLoye Jerseys with a LLC of 140, and in third place Paul and Elaine DeLaet Guernseys with a LLC of 143. The herds with the most improved ECM are in first place Steve and Marlene Steinke with an improved ECM of +1196, in second place is DeLoye Jerseys with an improved ECM of +1096, and in third place is Schafer Dairy Farms Inc. with an improved ECM of +940.

Nora Beresik, left, 17, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Marie Beresik, is crowned the 2019 Shelby County Dairy Princess by former Dairy Princess, Allison McCumons, of Wapakoneta. The crowning was held during the 2019 Shelby County Dairy Banquet at The Palazzo in Botkins Thursday, March 14. Beresik is a veterinary assistant at Maria Stein Animal Clinic. She has worked as a farm hand on local dairy farms. During the banquet top herds were announced. The farms with the best average energy-corrected milk (ECM) where in first place, Wehrland Farms, Inc., with an ECM of 29752, in second place, Steve and Marlene Steinke, with an ECM of 27788, and in third place Trio Farms Inc., with an ECM of 27232. The top herds with the lowest Somatic Cell Count, (SCC) average are in first place Sugar Knoll Holsteins LLC, with a LLC of 126, in second place DeLoye Jerseys with a LLC of 140, and in third place Paul and Elaine DeLaet Guernseys with a LLC of 143. The herds with the most improved ECM are in first place Steve and Marlene Steinke with an improved ECM of +1196, in second place is DeLoye Jerseys with an improved ECM of +1096, and in third place is Schafer Dairy Farms Inc. with an improved ECM of +940.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Nora Beresik, left, 17, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Marie Beresik, is crowned the 2019 Shelby County Dairy Princess by former Dairy Princess, Allison McCumons, of Wapakoneta. The crowning was held during the 2019 Shelby County Dairy Banquet at The Palazzo in Botkins Thursday, March 14. Beresik is a veterinary assistant at Maria Stein Animal Clinic. She has worked as a farm hand on local dairy farms. During the banquet top herds were announced. The farms with the best average energy-corrected milk (ECM) where in first place, Wehrland Farms, Inc., with an ECM of 29752, in second place, Steve and Marlene Steinke, with an ECM of 27788, and in third place Trio Farms Inc., with an ECM of 27232. The top herds with the lowest Somatic Cell Count, (SCC) average are in first place Sugar Knoll Holsteins LLC, with a LLC of 126, in second place DeLoye Jerseys with a LLC of 140, and in third place Paul and Elaine DeLaet Guernseys with a LLC of 143. The herds with the most improved ECM are in first place Steve and Marlene Steinke with an improved ECM of +1196, in second place is DeLoye Jerseys with an improved ECM of +1096, and in third place is Schafer Dairy Farms Inc. with an improved ECM of +940.

Nora Beresik, left, 17, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Marie Beresik, is crowned the 2019 Shelby County Dairy Princess by former Dairy Princess, Allison McCumons, of Wapakoneta. The crowning was held during the 2019 Shelby County Dairy Banquet at The Palazzo in Botkins Thursday, March 14. Beresik is a veterinary assistant at Maria Stein Animal Clinic. She has worked as a farm hand on local dairy farms. During the banquet top herds were announced. The farms with the best average energy-corrected milk (ECM) where in first place, Wehrland Farms, Inc., with an ECM of 29752, in second place, Steve and Marlene Steinke, with an ECM of 27788, and in third place Trio Farms Inc., with an ECM of 27232. The top herds with the lowest Somatic Cell Count, (SCC) average are in first place Sugar Knoll Holsteins LLC, with a LLC of 126, in second place DeLoye Jerseys with a LLC of 140, and in third place Paul and Elaine DeLaet Guernseys with a LLC of 143. The herds with the most improved ECM are in first place Steve and Marlene Steinke with an improved ECM of +1196, in second place is DeLoye Jerseys with an improved ECM of +1096, and in third place is Schafer Dairy Farms Inc. with an improved ECM of +940.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/03/web1_SDN031919DairyQueen.jpgNora Beresik, left, 17, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Marie Beresik, is crowned the 2019 Shelby County Dairy Princess by former Dairy Princess, Allison McCumons, of Wapakoneta. The crowning was held during the 2019 Shelby County Dairy Banquet at The Palazzo in Botkins Thursday, March 14. Beresik is a veterinary assistant at Maria Stein Animal Clinic. She has worked as a farm hand on local dairy farms. During the banquet top herds were announced. The farms with the best average energy-corrected milk (ECM) where in first place, Wehrland Farms, Inc., with an ECM of 29752, in second place, Steve and Marlene Steinke, with an ECM of 27788, and in third place Trio Farms Inc., with an ECM of 27232. The top herds with the lowest Somatic Cell Count, (SCC) average are in first place Sugar Knoll Holsteins LLC, with a LLC of 126, in second place DeLoye Jerseys with a LLC of 140, and in third place Paul and Elaine DeLaet Guernseys with a LLC of 143. The herds with the most improved ECM are in first place Steve and Marlene Steinke with an improved ECM of +1196, in second place is DeLoye Jerseys with an improved ECM of +1096, and in third place is Schafer Dairy Farms Inc. with an improved ECM of +940. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News